DENVER — Two Colorado food truck fabricators have received an injunction from the U.S. District Court, District of Colorado after allegations by the state's Attorney General's Office that the company made false promises regarding delivering finished food trucks to purchasers, causing financial harm.
ALBANY, N.Y. — The state of New York has filed a lawsuit against the Target and Walmart, as well as LaRose Industries, alleging the sale of lead-contaminated toys with nearly 10 times more than legal level of lead allowed by federal standards.
BOSTON — An investigation by the state of Massachusetts into Aetna Health Insurance Company's coverage of behavioral health care for its members has led to a settlement between the insurer and the state's attorney general's office, which includes changes to mental health care access.
SEATTLE — A former Washington state residential care facility has been ordered to pay $2.79 million after a lawsuit filed by the state's attorney general alleges the company submitted close to $1 million in false Medicaid claims.
BALTIMORE — A Maryland doctor with practices in two states, has reached a $3.07 million settlement with Maryland over allegations of submitting fraudulent claims to Medicare and Medicaid.
CHICAGO — Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has joined a 29-state, county and city coalition, urging the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to suspend its proposals that would decrease some environmental pollution rules designed to limit power plant and car emissions.
KANSAS CITY (Legal Newsline) – A national nonprofit animal protection organization and other nonprofits allege a Kansas law violates their constitutionally protected speech on a matter of "significant public concern."
LINCOLN — A Nebraska ticket reseller accused of deceiving customers with its sales practices has reached a settlement with the state, according to the Nebraska Attorney General's Office.
ALBANY — EmblemHealth has reached a $250,000 settlement with the state of New York over charges the health insurance provider's denial of claims for gender reassignment surgery was unlawful.
May 15 was a busy day for the name partners at the Tyler, Texas-based Martin Walker law firm. Each billed 14.5 hours at $750 an hour, for a total of $21,750, to review lawsuits six Texas counties were preparing to file against opioid manufacturers and distributors that day.
MONTGOMERY — Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall has joined a 39-state coalition working with telecom companies in an effort to examine their most recent technology designed to stop illegal robocalls.
LITTLE ROCK — An Arkansas alarm company has settled charges of violating the state's Deceptive Trade Practices Act and Home Solicitation Sales Act with its sales practices and misleading of customers, according to the state's Attorney General's Office.
MONTGOMERY — Alabama, along with 36 other states and the District of Columbia, has agreed to a $6 million settlement with Encore Capital Group Inc. and its subsidiaries regarding the companies' debt buying and collecting actions.
CHICAGO — A California woman accused of running a fake event ticket scheme in Illinois is facing a lawsuit by state Attorney Genera Lisa Madigan.
SACRAMENTO — Target Corporation has agreed to a $7.4 million settlement with the state of California regarding allegations the company disposed of retail hazardous waste materials into the state's landfills.
PHOENIX — An Arizona landscaper has received a $195,761 judgment from a state court for taking nearly $90,000 in prepayments from customers without providing services, according to the state's Attorney General's Office.
BALTIMORE — A Maryland online auto parts retailer has settled allegations from the state of violating the Consumer Protection Act, according to the Maryland Attorney General's Office.
TALLAHASSEE — A Florida court has issued a temporary injunction filed by the state's attorney general against a Miami lender who allegedly made illegal loans to consumers.
OLYMPIA, Wash. — Five national chains facing a lawsuit from Washington State have recently joined more than 30 other franchises who have agreed to stop using "no-poach" clauses in their franchisee agreements, according to Washington's attorney general.